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How does this photograph reflect the Tiananmen Square incident? It shows the futility of the protestors and the patience of the Chinese military in dealing with them. It shows the determination of the protestors and how the Chinese military overwhelmed them. It shows how the protestors used weapons to intimidate the Chinese military. It shows how few protestors there were and how quickly they surrendered to the Chinese military.
Weegy: Please clarify the picture that you are referring to. User: http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_whist/v12/module08/How does this photograph reflect the Tiananmen Square incident? It shows the futility of the protestors and the patience of the Chinese military in dealing with them. It shows the determination of the protestors and how the Chinese military overwhelmed them. It shows how the protestors used weapons to intimidate the Chinese military. It shows how few protestors there were and how quickly they surrendered to the Chinese military.0802_g1_q11.jpg Weegy: Please clarify your question. (More)
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How did the one-child policy result in large numbers of undocumented Chinese? The Chinese government could not keep up with the vast amount of paperwork required to document children. Many Chinese parents protested the one-child policy by refusing to document the children in their household. Some mothers thought their children would have a better chance of leaving China if they remained undocumented. After their first child, many mothers hid any other children they had, thereby causing ...
Weegy: Answer: ONE-CHILD POLICY IN CHINA In 1979, three years after Mao’s death, a one-child policy was introduced to control China’s burgeoning population and reduce the strain on scarce resources. [ According to the policy as it was most commonly enforced, a couple was allowed to have one child. If that child turned out be a girl, they were allowed to have a second child. After the second child, they were not allowed to have any more children. In some places though couples were only allowed to have one child regardless of whether it is a boy or a girl. This policy is still in effect today. It is unusual for a family to have two sons. Under the one-child program, a sophisticated system rewarded those who observed the policy and penalized those who did not. Couples with only one child were given a "one-child certificate" entitling them to such benefits as cash bonuses, longer maternity leave, better child care, and preferential housing assignments. In return, they were required to pledge that they would not have more children. In the countryside, there was great pressure to adhere to the one-child limit. Because the rural population accounted for approximately 60 percent of the total, the effectiveness of the one-child policy in rural areas was considered the key to the success or failure of the program as a whole. [Source: Library of Congress] Posters promoting China's one-child policy can be seen all over China. One, with the slogan "China Needs Family Planning" shows a Communist official praising the proud parents of one baby girl. Another one, with the slogan "Late Marriage and Childbirth Are Worthy," shows an old gray-haired woman with a newborn baby. Another reads: “Have Fewer, Better Children to Create Prosperity for the Next Generation.” Slogans such as “Have Fewer Children Live Better Lives” and "Stabilize Family Planning and Create a Brighter Future” are painted on roadside buildings in rural areas. ] (More)
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How did the Suez Crisis affect perceptions of the United States and its allies? They no longer appeared to be a unified front. They seemed weak and willing to negotiate. They proved willing to use brutal force to end a conflict. They appeared to support the Zionist mission.
Weegy: The Suez Crisis affect perceptions of the United States and its allies: They seemed weak and willing to negotiate.Check out the link for additional details: (More)
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